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The Monday Film: Times Square


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starring Robin Johnson, Tim Curry, Trini Alvarado
Nicky Marotta has lived most of her life on the rough and seamy streets around New York's Times Square. Pamela Pearl is the pampered daughter of a rising politician. Together they become the Sleez Sisters and set off an a rampage round the city that outrages the authorities and turns them into cult heroines. The film features a packed rock soundtrack that includes music by The Pretenders, Talking Heads, Roxy Music and Gary Numan.
Screenplay by JACOB BRACKMAN
Directed by ALAN MOYLE
(First showing on British television)
FILMS: page 16


Unknown: Robin Johnson
Unknown: Tim Curry
Unknown: Trini Alvarado
Unknown: Nicky Marotta
Unknown: Pamela Pearl
Unknown: Gary Numan.
Unknown: Jacob Brackman
Produced By: Robert Stigwood
Directed By: Alan Moyle
Johnny LaGuardia: Tim Curry
Pamela Pearl: Trini Alvarado
Nicky Marotta: Robin Johnson
David Pearl: Peter Coffield
Dr Huber: Herbert Berghof
Dr Zymansky: David Margulies
Rosie Washington: Anna Maria Horsford
Jojo: Michael Margotta
Simon: J C Quinn
Roberto: Miguel Pinero
Heavy: Ronald 'Smokey' Stevens
The Blondells: Billy Mernit
The Blondells: Paul Sass,
The Blondells: Artie Weinstein
Eastman: Tim Chaote

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The Monday Film: Times Square

BBC One London, 12 August 1985 22.10

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